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How to arrive...

by alivan

Hi people!
I am going to visit London in August and I need some help in planning the trip to the city because my flight arrive at Luton airport at 23:30hs.
I think that tube is not operating at this time, and I need to arrive at Earls Court station, but I don't know how to do this.
Is there anyone who could help me? Maybe there is someone who knows how to arrive there at night with public transport.

Thank you very much, at all.

Alícia

Re: How to arrive...

by hawkhead

www.london-luton.co.uk is the website for the airport. Click on "to and from the airport". The train is not an option. I could not get the green Line bus link to work. There is an EasyBus which runs 24 hours a day, which will take you to London Victoria. You will need to book a seat. From there you will have to take a taxi to Earl's Court Station. www.tfl.org.uk is the site for London Transport and it has a very good Travel Planner. It may be that there is a night bus that will go from Victoria to Earl's Court Station and you can find this out by doing a travel planner journey for the hours that you think you will ned to travel from Victoria to Earl's Court Station.

Re: How to arrive...

by leics

You won't be out of the airport much before 0030. To get into London you'll need to take the bus. Details here:

http://www.londontoolkit.com/travel/luton_rail.htm

(scroll down). There is a timetable link as well, but buses run roughly every 30 minutes.

You are right to think that the Tube will not be operating by the time you get to London itself (the airport bus takes about 75 minutes). Look on the journeyplanner here:

http://journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk

which will give you info about what night buses are available at the time/place you are arrive. I think it will be easiest if you get off the airport bus at Hyde Park Corner but others may know better.

Re: How to arrive...

by alivan

Thank you for your information, there has been really useful.

Travel Tips for London

typical red telephonboxes and mailboxes

by Antji

That´s me and my 'little' niece in front of a telephonbox! I think the favourite color of british people must be red because the mailboxes, telephonboxes and busses are always RED! But I like this look!

Visit the Millenium Wheel, AKA...

by PartyRambo

Visit the Millenium Wheel, AKA the London Eye. Although it was broken down when I passed by, it's quite large, and a sight to see. I'm sure the view would be marvellous, but the admission charge was quite steep.
It's located along the Thames, 10 minutes walk across Westminster Bridge from the Houses of Parliament. A useful website can be found at http://www.london-se1.co.uk/londoneye/
and the official site is at http://www.londoneye.com/

Portobello Road

by dvideira

The Portobello Road Market on saturdays is the reason why most people visit Notting Hill.
It is always bustling and and well worth visit even if you do not intend to buy.

Portobello Road is a narrow, winding thoroughfare, in the middle of Notting Hill

At the Notting Hill end there are over 2,000 stalls selling antiques, jewellery, paintings, coins, medals, silverware and collectables. All the stallholders here are experts so don't expect too many bargains. This area also has cafés, bars, restaurants and delicatessens.

Further down the hill are fruit and vegetable stalls.

Under the Westway is a large flea market offering second-hand clothes, jewellery, records and books, and beyond this at Golborne Road the market becomes rundown but it's still worth searching for bargains, as well as the Portuguese cafés.

Saturday is the best day to go, although some stalls are open all week

Open:
Antiques: Sat: 04:00-18:00
General: Mon-Wed: 08:00-18:00, Thu: 09:00-13:00, Fri-Sat: 08:00-19:.00
Bric-a-Brac: Fri & Sat 08:00-17:00

Jump in the Fountains at Trafalgar Square

by bobinalong

It is a custom that following a national sporting success, or festival, or particlarly large night out, locals will jump around in the fountains in Trafalgar Square.

Do not be alarmed, they are probably very dirty and could do with a wash anyway.

However, you will be relieved to learn that the council verifies the quality of the water in these fountains regularly to ensure they don't get too filthy - no nasty brown tide lines in our public baths you see. Therefore, its perfectly safe for you to join them.

Especialy if you're a pretty girl.

Best times to visit

by keeweechic

The best chance of good weather is probably at the height of summer in July and August but of late they have also recorded some of the hottest temperatures. This is also a popular time so crowds will be at a premium and therefore the prices will be higher to take advantage of this. April/May and September/October are also good times to visit London, the weather isn’t too bad and the tourists lines are a lot shorter.

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